Welcome to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum's Boatyard Blog, where all things related to Chesapeake Bay Boats are discussed. Follow the Museum's progress on historic Chesapeake boat restoration projects, watch wooden boats being built from scratch in our Apprentice For a Day program, and meet the dedicated staff and volunteers working hard to give you the experience of Chesapeake Bay history while preserving traditional Chesapeake Bay boat building techniques. Make sure to join us as a follower of this blog so you will be notified of new posts, and make comments on anything you see on the blog.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Meet our Docent Volunteers Mary Sue and Bob Treynelis

You can be a part of the boatbuilding when you enroll for a day or more in our Apprentice for a Day Public Boatbuilding Program. Bob and Mary Sue Treynelis have also purchased this boat, so they will be enjoying the rowboat soon. Come watch it all happen right now...weekends at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. And when you see Bob or Mary Sue, make sure you mention seeing their work here!

The boat has been moved to the painting room for these steps

Bob and Mary Sue Treynelis sound down yet another coat of varnish. She's beautiful!
Mary Sue along with CBMM's Richard Scofield will be chatting live with the 2 Boomer Babes on Delmarva Public Radio next Saturday, broadcasting from the historic Avalon Theatre in Easton, MD. Be sure to listen or stop by for the lively chat about building Chesapeake Bay boats.

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